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Sabrina Malheiros

Equilibria

Equilibria
(2005)

The Debut Album from the daughter of Azymuth bassist Alex Malheiros, who also Co-wrote the Songs with Her. Featured Players Include Fellow Azymuth Members Jose Roberto Bertrami (Keyboards) and Ivan Conti (Drums/Percussion), from UK Jazz-soul-funk Legends Incognito Are Both Lead Songwriter Bluey and his Son Daniel Maunick (Aka DJ Venom) as Well as Legendary Brazilian Percussionist Cidinho Moriera. Recorded at Leo Gandelman's Zaga Studios in Ipanema, Rio De Janeiro, Brasil. The Music is a Sublime Mix of Bossas and Sambas with Touches of Hip-hop, R 'n' B and Electronica, Combining Timeless Brazilian Songwriting with Contemporary Electronics and Beats. "Equilibria" features the Original Song 'estacao Verao' which was Previously Remixed by Kenny "Dope" Gonzales as Well as Two Covers - 'Terra De Ninguem' Written by Marcos Valle and 'Eu Sou Mais Eu,' Originally a Hit for Ana Mazotti. --album description
 

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